A federal judge sent a dispute over anti-dumping duties on a water treatment chemical back to the U.S. Department of Commerce after two Chinese exporters said the agency’s recent decision to review its calculations was tantamount to a voluntary remand.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has set final weighted-average dumping margins for two major Italian pasta exporters that were found to be selling their products at less than normal value in the U.S.
Ending a drawn-out dispute over dumping rates on steel pipe products from Taiwan, a federal judge has affirmed the U.S. Department of Commerce’s calculations, finding that the agency properly accounted for the exporter's imputed costs.
Newport Specialty Foods Inc. has lodged a complaint against the government in the U.S. Court of International Trade to recover duties imposed on imports of food from the European Union as part of the U.S. response to the EU's duties against U.S. beef.
Conducting a review of anti-dumping duties on wooden bedroom furniture from China, trade regulators have made a preliminary finding that a respondent and a dozen other manufacturers warrant dumping rates at a fraction of the 216 percent margin generally imposed on relevant 2008 exports.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to conduct sunset reviews of anti-dumping duty orders on paint brushes, violet pigment and hand trucks.
Australia-based mining giant Resourcehouse Ltd. has reportedly reached a $60 billion deal to export coal to China Power International Development for 20 years.
A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling tossing Totes-Isotoner Corp.'s lawsuit against the United States alleging that higher customs duties for men's gloves are discriminatory.
A U.S. furniture manufacturers group that wants the U.S. Court of International Trade to weigh in on anti-dumping duties against Chinese manufacturers is trying to litigate a hypothetical dispute, the U.S. government has said in a motion to dismiss.
Sharp Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. have signed a settlement agreement to end more than two years of ongoing patent infringement disputes before the U.S. International Trade Commission and in federal courts over liquid crystal display panels and modules for television and computer screens.
A U.S. furniture manufacturers trade group has asked the U.S. Court of International Trade for a temporary restraining order to ensure that anti-dumping duties against six Chinese importers are fully collected before the entries are deemed liquidated.
With the Obama administration aiming to jump-start the economy and environmental efforts by boosting U.S. renewable energy production, an ongoing patent dispute in U.S. International Trade Commission over imported wind turbines could shake up the U.S. wind industry landscape, according to experts.
A unit of the U.K.'s Balli Group PLC has pled guilty to illegally exporting commercial Boeing 747 aircraft from the United States to Iran and agreed to pay a total of $17 million in criminal and civil fines, authorities said.
U.K.-based BAE Systems PLC, the largest military contractor in Europe, has agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay a total of $447 million to settle bribery and fraud cases in the U.S. and the U.K.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection program that aims to fight terrorism by securing international supply chains continued to grow in 2009 with increased membership and additional security checks, the agency said.
Upon review of an anti-dumping duty order on polyester staple fiber from Taiwan, U.S. Department of Commerce has made a preliminary finding that one of the two producers originally under scrutiny sold the merchandise well below the standard price.
The U.S. has struck a deal with Canada that would end a yearlong dispute over Buy American provisions in 2009's federal economic stimulus package and open up Canadian procurement contracts to U.S. companies.
In a case involving imports of steel from South Korea, the U.S. Court of International Trade has again affirmed the decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to continue using zeroing in administrative reviews of anti-dumping duty orders while dropping the methodology for new investigations.
Chicago-based ironing board maker Home Products International Inc. has appealed a December judgment that upheld anti-dumping duties on a Chinese competitor, claiming the court wrongly backed the use of outdated financial statements and failed to remand the case in light of alleged sham documentation from the respondent.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives have proposed an amendment to the Buy American Act that would require more transparency from government agencies when they seek exemptions from spending on domestic goods.